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Electronically Enhanced Acoustica (Weekly Podcast)

Friday, February 04, 2011

WNYC

Hear works for acoustic instruments and electronics, with the combinations of piano and electronics, violin and electronics, or a small ensemble using no electronics at all on this New Sounds program.  We'll listen to Open Graves with Stuart Dempster recorded way down in a water cistern, which sounds very processed, although it was all acoustic.

There's also piano with sampled sounds of water by Afro-Cuban jazz pianist Omar Sosa from his record, "Calma."  Then we'll hear a work by Neil Rolnick, from his release, "Extended Family" which at times sounds like an early jazz salooon piano, then quotes old hymn tunes, all with electronics interacting with the acoustic piano.  Plus, long slow building guitar droney post-rock from Hammock, and more.

PROGRAM #        3162, Electronically Enhanced Acoustica        (First aired on 1-25-11)                       

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Open Graves (Paul Kikuchi and Jesse Olsen) with Stuart Dempster

Flight Patterns

2, excerpt [2:00]

Prefecture Records 004
www.prefecturerecords.com
OR Available at www.cdbaby.com

Omar Sosa

Calma

Aquas [3:41]

OTA 1022
www.melodia.com

Neil Rolnick

Extended Family

Faith, excerpt [15:00]

Innova 782
www.innova.mu

Ana Milosavljevic

Reflections

Aleksandra Vrebalov - The Spell III [7:26]

Innova 776
www.innova.mu

Hammock

Longest Year

Longest Year [8:23]

hammockmusic.com
hammock.bandcamp.com

Brian Eno/ Jon Hopkins / Leo Abrahams

Small Craft on a Milk Sea

Emerald and Stone [2:12]

Warp CD 207
www.warprecords.com

Open Graves (Paul Kikuchi and Jesse Olsen) with Stuart Dempster

Flight Patterns

2 [9:23]

Prefecture Records 004
www.prefecturerecords.com
OR Available at  www.cdbaby.com

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